September Homesteading Chores by UDSA Zone – Handy guide to garden and barn chores for the month of September according to your hardiness zone.
Plan your August homesteading chores according to your USDA Zone. Homesteading chores for fields, livestock, and gardens for USDA Zones 1 – 11
Ideas for Making Money from Your Homestead Do you want to make money from your homestead? You’re not alone! Many people dream of leaving the ‘burbs to buy a little… Read more »
How to tell if your chickens are too hot and what to do to keep chickens cool in the summer. Heat stressed hens don’t lay eggs!
This Cooling Eucalyptus Mint Body Spray is a wonderful way to cool down in the heat of summer! It’s non-toxic and super easy to make.
The best essential oils for forest bathing in the comfort of your own home! Plus other methods to help you use the power of forest bathing even when you can’t get to the forest.
Plan your July homesteading chores according to your USDA Zone. Homesteading chores for fields, livestock, and gardens for USDA Zones 1 – 11
Raising Eco-Friendly Chickens to Decrease Your Environmental Impact Is raising eco-friendly chickens one of your homesteading goals? Are you looking for ways to decrease your carbon footprint? One of the… Read more »
Plan your June homesteading chores according to your USDA Zone. Homesteading chores for fields, livestock, and gardens for USDA Zones 1 – 11
Preserve Food to Reduce Costs and Your Carbon Footprint! Learning how to preserve the harvest is a great way to save money and live a more sustainable lifestyle. Don’t want… Read more »
This recipe for Asparagus Quiche ‘Casserole’ is great when you want an easy quiche that feeds extra people. It’s wonderful for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or a delicious dinner!
Heirloom Seeds Giveaway!Enter for a chance to win these awesome heirloom seeds, soil amendments, and gift set of garden tools from Mary’s Heirloom Seeds!
What should you do with unwanted roosters? When ordering pullet to raise your own laying hens, you could end up with an unwanted rooster.
Make fresh strawberry salsa for a sweet and spicy dip for tortillas, topping for grilled meats or tacos, or to serve with your salads!
Gardener’s Rescue Hand Salve helps repair and heal rough dry hands. This easy recipe saves money and reduces waste!
Growing organic strawberries is a great way to provide healthy fruit for your family and save money! These small fruits may be grown even in urban areas!
Plan your May homesteading chores according to your USDA Zone. Homesteading chores for fields, livestock, and gardens for USDA Zones 1 – 11
Knowing how to save money on your homestead is a great way to become more self-reliant and save for the future.
This recipe for orange cream chocolates is decadent, rich, and hard to resist! Do you wish you could make your own gourmet chocolates from scratch and save some money? It may sound difficult, but these creamy chocolates are easy to make and you can add a different flavor.
Do you want to start a community garden? If you live in an urban area you may not have space to plant a garden at home. The high cost of groceries or a lack of nutritious produce in your area may have you wondering how to provide healthy meals for your family. Starting a community garden with other like-minded people might be the answer you’re looking for!